Monday, September 27, 2010


if you believe in religion being objective then you must believe that you are taking subjectivity/ digesting things subjectively in your own way.

So, religion stays religion, but every religion is dependent on our perceptions. You will perceive a moving train differently when you are standing at a higher platform, you'll see the train as an oblong and when you are standing and the train is static as well, you will perceive it as a rectangle.

Einstein theory of Relativity, if it's so. Let me see it on google.

Here are two excerpts from

"Isaac Newton was our first scientists to dabble in relativity (not Einstein relativity) in that he discovered that speed and distance traveled were dependent on the frame of reference of the observer. For example, if you are on a train and you roll a ball in the same direction the train is moving at a speed of 5 feet per second, you will observe the ball moving 5 feet in one second. Suppose however that the train is moving down the tracks at 10 feet per second. A person standing next to the tracks will observe the ball moving at 15 feet per second and traveling 15 feet in the same one second. So who's right? The both are, but from their own frame of reference."

"According to relativity, there is no such thing as absolute space and absolute speed. If these things don't exist, then there can never be a way to measure any changes caused by speed. If relative space and time don't exist, then it is necessary that the laws of physics appear to be identical to all moving observers so that you can't measure something that doesn't exist. If you can measure something, then it's real. For something to not be real requires that it can't be measured. Thus in order for absolute space and speed to be not real means that no measurable changes can occur that would allow you to calculate it. Thus the concept of the laws of physics appearing the same and the lack of absolute space and speed are linked. Relativity depends on the lack of absolute references."


And perceptions are deceiving.

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